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5 Major Construction Technology Trends to Watch Out For

History has proven that as culture shifts and new technology emerges, architecture and construction practices change as well. Now, in the digital age, the construction industry is quickly responding to new technology that makes construction work more accurate and efficient. From virtual reality to wearable technology and drones, technological leaps have taken the construction industry […]

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How British Supermarkets have Adjusted for Those with Disabilities

With more than 13.9m people in the UK living with a disability, and rising, provisions to assist those individuals has never been more crucial. In the workplace, adjustments such as flexible working hours, the provision of adjustable equipment, and voice command software have all been implemented by employers throughout the country to aid those living […]

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Executive Coaching

Executive Coaching is respected in businesses around the world for optimising the skill set of high performing C–suite executives (C-suite is a term used to identify the top level of management executives in an organisation; CEO, CFO etc.). Much of the process focuses on the development of emotional intelligence skills to improve self-awareness, develop mechanisms to manage ineffective behaviours and to maximise […]

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How does the teacher workload crisis impact pupils’ access to extra-curricular activities?

The impact of the teacher workload crisis has been revealed in a survey commissioned by education technology company, Sparx. Of 1,000 primary and secondary school teachers across the country, it was found that 70% believe that students have far fewer opportunities to engage with extra-curricular activities due to relentless workload demands. Further, 56% of teachers […]

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3 Reasons Your Business Absolutely Needs an IT Consultant

Last year, Verizon presented us with troubling data regarding the fact that more than 43% of all cyberattacks are being targeted towards SMEs. Ransomware, Trojans, viruses, etc. are all essentially malware programs, created for different purposes, but always with some malicious intent behind them. As you can probably guess by now, the threat of being victimized by cybercriminals is tremendous for any and all businesses today.  Safe to say, […]

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7 Ways to Improve Workplace Health and Safety

As a business owner, it’s up to you to keep your employees safe from harm, and that means creating a safe work environment. Every workplace has its hazards, from offices to kitchens to building sites, so whatever your company, managing risk should be a priority.  The better your workplace health and safety standards, the more […]

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